See thou to it; but from me shalt thou have but good even as hath been aforetime; so bewray me not.'
Heu quam difficile est crimen non prodere vultu; How hard is it not to bewray a mans fault by his forhead.
Gunnlaug said, "bewray me not if I bring thee water in my helm."
Smollett and Carlyle then walked home through secluded streets, and were silent, lest their speech should bewray them for Scots.
Well served eleven day by day, To folly the twelfth did me bewray.
Indeed she adopted just the mincing kind of speech which out there is held to bewray the "Britisher."
Oft she turned her eyes on Gunnlaug, thereby proving the saw, "Eyes will bewray if maid love man."
You bewray yourself and sex by repeating the slander, though even in jest, as I see you are.
O what an evaporation wherewith to bewray the masks or mufflers of young mangy queans.
to reveal or disclose; an old English word equivalent to "betray" (Prov. 27:16; 29:24, R.V., "uttereth;" Isa. 16:3; Matt. 26:73).